Instrumental music is supposed to be asemantic and yet a rich language of rhetorical gestures has grown up around it. None of them may have a specific meaning but they easily lead the listener towards an emotion, a sensation, an embryonic story. Does any of this mean that music is abstract? Or does it, to the contrary, mean that music tells a story? There is no abstraction without a story. Is there a story without an abstraction?
The composition on this album, is it a radio play?
Tropa Macaca = André Abel and Joana da Conceição
Check out their earlier albums, they’re just as great
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With terrifying originality and thought-provoking beauty, "Everywhere at the end of time" paints the bliss and anguish of memory loss.
—An aural cup of tea brewed with the old leaves of ballroom-records, sweetened with the honey of happy memories, tinged with the bitterness of nostalgia, poisoned with memory loss... I can't seem to stop myself from always coming back for another sip. Arrow Hopper